It’s hard to believe I was just sitting with you on your couch 72 hours ago. Talking about deep and heavy things, as well as perfectly mundane stuff. You taught me so, so much. In the way that you lived and the way that you died.
Your memory is a blessing. I’m privileged to have known you. May you rest in peace.
In a HurryJanet S.I want to see, touch, do, taste, smell, feel everything. I want to go everywhere, walk the earth, climb the mountains and snowboard down. Try everything at least once.Lots to do, I’m in a hurry. Not much time left. How long do I have before the cancer makes it impossible? Narrows the world to just my room, my doctor’s office, the hospital? I don’t know, I can’t know.Time wasted planning for a future I don’t have. Working to save for a family I will never have. No more, I’m here now to experience everything. To dance and sing and laugh around the world and at home.But, I can’t do it all. No lifetime is enough to experience everything. To watch the sunrise from space.I will see, touch, do, taste, smell, feel everything I can. In my lifetime, however long or short it may be. And it will be enough.